Will the government's flexible energy system plan herald a smart tech revolution?

Michael Holder
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The plan is designed to remove barriers to smart energy tech innovation
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The plan is designed to remove barriers to smart energy tech innovation

The government and Ofgem's plan for a cleaner, more flexible energy system has been warmly welcomed by green businesses, but many of the details are yet to be ironed out

As ever-tumbling records for renewable power costs and generation output serve to keep reminding us, the UK's energy grid is changing, with an increasingly decentralised system built around cleaner, more...

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